SnoRiders catches up with the photo contest winner for the month of November 2017.by Kirsten Armleder
Kirsten lives with two dogs, three horses and a throttle-happy husband in Cranbrook, B.C. Her interests include fishing, hiking and, of course, backcountry sledding. Like many in her area, Kirsten grew up riding sleds—first a 340 Yamaha Enticer, then a Yamaha Phazer, a Ski-Doo Summit and the list goes on. Her interest in sledding came to a standstill until she discovered deep powder mountain riding. Now when winter rolls around, she can barely stay in the office long enough to finish writing her stories. When she’s not playing hooky from work, though, Kirsten enjoys interviewing riders from across Western Canada, finding new products to review and pretty much anything to do with the sport.
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SnoRiders and Trigger Point Snow Services are offering a free Avalanche Companion Rescue Course.by Kirsten Armleder
The Edmonton Snow Show is a grand gathering of new products and like minded people.by Kirsten Armleder
See what’s attracting so many snowmobilers to this traditionally awesome B.C. destination.by Kirsten Armleder
Stuckmate is a snowmobile accessory that lets you operate the throttle while pulling on a ski to help get your sled unstuck.by Kirsten Armleder
The Old Farmer’s Almanac - Canadian Edition is out, and here’s the weather prediction for winter 2017-2018.by Kirsten Armleder